io9 has created an interesting infographic showing how much the world has changed between 2000 and 2010.
Grand opening of San Francisco’s EcoCenter,
one of this year’s EJ award winners.
The EPA’s environmental justice working group was only revived this year, but the agency has been giving out awards for leaders in the area for a few years. This year’s winners represent different regions and are focusing on different problems, but all unified in the struggle for environmental justice. Five awards were given to multi-stakeholder partnerships representing 35 organizations.
The 2010 winners are…
Recommended to be casted for 2012 Spiderman 4
Trend watcher Pete Cashmore
As 2009 draws to a close, the Web’s attention turns to the year ahead. What can we expect of the online realm in 2010?
While Web innovation is unpredictable, some clear trends are becoming apparent. Expect the following 10 themes to define the Web next year:
No arguing about who gets to sit in the front seat on this car
Volkswagen has plans to produce a 1-liter car by 2010 that’ll get an amazing 200 miles per gallon, making it one of the most fuel-efficient cars on the road. It’s not going to come without its drawbacks, however, as reaching a figure like that isn’t going to happen with a car with any substantial weight.
AT&T claims that the Internet’s bandwidth will be saturated by video-on-demand and such by 2010.
U.S. telecommunications giant AT&T has claimed that, without investment, the Internet’s current network architecture will reach the limits of its capacity by 2010.